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Subject: 45min of wow ,5star no brainer, stole my face
Reviewer:ms42466 - - December 16, 2012
Subject: wow 45 min of wow, just wow 5star no brainer!
no other words ,or worlds needed.
ALL IS OF Charts of known universe
vista crusier hyperspaced 2 multiverse!
me&u>other crowds ROAR !!!!!
GdtRFBad mega into maxi NFA
u r on the BUS, rejoin the club we all knew Well !
8/6 /71 palladium hard 2 handle also reaches into multiverse. wounderphil matrixes
5 no brainer
Subject: Not a review, as much of a report of a weird phenomenon
I downloaded the individual tracks by extracting the URL's from the list in the M3U file. When I open the files in Audacity, they're shorter in time than when I open them with Media Player Classic. I'm not talking about a few seconds - the difference is maybe 20%.
There doesn't seem to be anything cut out of the shorter versions, so I'm scratching my head over this.
I opened other recordings in Media Player Classic and Audacity, and they would match in duration, so something weird is going on with this particular recording. VLC Media Player shows the same shorter duration as Audacity.
Norman Clegg -
Subject: KILLER material to be found here....!!
The big news here is the Other One suite.....so many twists and turns, it takes repeated listening to absorb it all. This epic monster goes like this:
1) A Cryptical Envelopment >
2) Drums >
3) The Other One >
4) Space jam >
5) Space >
6) Me And My Uncle jam >
7) The Other One >
8) Space >
9) Me And My Uncle >
10) The Other One >
11) Space jam >
12) Space >
13) jam >
14) The Other One
WHEW!!!.....and what a journey it is: thirty minutes of Pure Bliss, a SERIOUS 1971 highlight. I downloaded the AUD and optimized it with the Audacity program before I burnt a disc. The NFA > GDTRFB > NFA kicks butt, too!!
Regardless of format, it's worth serious effort to add this little gem to your 1971 collection!!